what about style tags, and polymer elements has style tags inside with js
script tags and content goes inside templates tags, will search engine
won't be effected of any , <style> and <script> and will read the content
and in the google best practice for SEO inline style is not one of it ,
also it increases the page size ?
On Thursday, October 13, 2016 at 8:06:27 PM UTC+4, Eric Bidelman wrote:
> Check out the resources on
> https://twitter.com/ebidel/status/781197133072347136. There are some good
> explanations there.
> - Use the standard best practices and you're all set...<title>, anchors
> instead of JS, metadata, json-ld, appropriate hierarchies etc.
> - Search engines that can crawl and execute JS (Google) have no problem
> with Shadow/Shady DOM. They see the final composed DOM tree.
> - If you use a single tag like <my-app> , search engines that don't
> execute JS may have issues surfacing your content. Try to use light dom as
> much as possible for important content (titles, main text content). Shadow
> DOM should be used for implementation details of your components.
> On Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 8:40 AM nawras albaghdadi <nawras.a...@gmail.com>
>> I'm new to the polymer . trying to start my new project using it , but
>> when I tried it and used the custom elements I notice that in the HTML when
>> you inspect the page elements you see it has a lot of style tags and
>> scripts tags
>> also , when viewing the page source the page looks empty , so
>> 1 ) how the search engine will work with this ?
>> 2) and the shadow dom won't affect the SEO ?
>> 3) and what about all the style and scripts tags inside the body of the
>> page , won't affect the search engine?
>> On Wednesday, February 12, 2014 at 11:28:26 PM UTC+4, Alex Komoroske
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